Ink of the Week
Each week, we reward the CustomInk customer whose photo shows the most group spirit through our photo contest. Help pick this week's winning photo by rating your favorites.
Submit your own photo for a chance to win $100 off your next order!
A singing, dancing fiasco by Touring_Company - about 4 years ago
Junior Geniuses by LGnumba1 - about 4 years ago
baltimore2010 by Baltimore2010 - about 4 years ago
HS Art Club by cfartclub - about 4 years ago
"CF HS art students now proudly wear apparel that expresses their own talent and area of interest. Many club members are excited because they are not on athletic or academic teams and this is the first time they have been able to wear school apparel that reflects them - allowing them to not only display school spirit but experience a sense of school community. Thanks customInk."
Dragon Boat Gold by dell_support - about 4 years ago
"Our team, Good not Great, entered into the 2010 Washington DC Dragon Boat Festival this past May. For being our first time, we surprised ourselves by winning a Gold in the 250m race and a Bronze in the 500m. There are many divisions so although many teams received medals, we were joyously surprised by our success. This photo shows us in our "ready" position right before the race start with our medals. We wanted a team shirt and once we came up with the design, Custom Ink was absolutely awesome. They cleaned up our design and were genuinely interested in the event and our team. When we told them we needed our shirts immediately, they came through and delivered our shirts early! They even accommodated our last minute shirt size changes and additions!"
Senior Brunch by CarolMary - about 4 years ago
"We celebrated our first day as seniors with a traditional brunch before classes. All 84 members of the senior class ordered either the mesh jersey or the maroon top. Custom ink was very attentive to my order, and when I had a problem they were quick to fix the issue to my liking."
Too many beans for lunch! by Grover - about 4 years ago
Going to the Depths for a Cure by Sambo - about 4 years ago
"I have been participating in Relay for Life for about 5-6 years. I started because I lost my grandmother to pancreatic cancer 20 years ago and the is still not a cure. This year was special for me. My friend and co-worker is in the battle with cancer right now. Everyday, she comes to work, does above and beyond what is expected and never complains all while she is taking chemo every week. She is my inspiration. I am alone in this picture, because sometimes in your battle with cancer you feel all alone. Our event raise $90,000 for cancer research. CustomInk helped us promote our cause and message with our t-shirts and I was very pleased."